By Fr. Tito Caluag
In the movie “Spider-Man,” Peter Parker could have prevented the death of his Uncle Ben if only he did the right thing, i.e., stopping the robber and helping the robber’s victim. But out of anger at the victim who earlier embarrassed him, Parker did not lift a finger, which could have prevented the robbery and the subsequent death of Uncle Ben.
Purely PersonalBy Josephine Darang
September is a great month for Marian devotees. The Nativity of the Virgin Mary is celebrated on Sept. 8, followed by the feasts of Our Lady of Sorrows on Sept. 15 and Our Lady of La Salette on Sept. 19.
By Armand Dean N. Nocum
We have no belen or images of the Holy Family to mark Christmas in our household. Nor will our Noche Buena table feature a succulent lechon or glazed ham. As far as our Christian-Muslim family is concerned, these are mere trimmings to the real meaning of the season.
Gut FeelBy Minyong Ordoñez
It’s not easy to be a doctrinal Catholic today, one who adheres to the official teaching of the magisterium of the church. It’s easier to be a relativist, the obey/disobey type, depending on one’s pleasure and convenience.